CHIEF government spokesperson Chushi Kasanda says the new dawn government doesn’t need to take any lessons from the developments in Malawi because it has its own way of fighting corruption. Malawi’s Vice-President Saulos Chilima was last week arrested on allegations that he accepted money in exchange for awarding government contracts. Commenting on the development, TI-Z chapter president Sampa Kalungu said the Zambian government should learn from Malawi how corruption could be fought without shielding those occupying high public offices. But in an interview, Kasanda said no government official was being shielded from investigations, insisting that there was no need for Zambia to learn from other countries. “There is no lesson to learn as I would put it because the President…...

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